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terror attacks brought down the twin towers in new york and hit the pentagon in washington and brought down a plane in the fields of shenksville, somerton county. today we remember the lives lost. >> remembrances are underway for the 3,000 victims who died on this day 15 years ago. >> we want to take you live to ground zero in manhattan with a service got underway at 8:46. a moment of silence is held today, now the name of each victim is being read allowed. abc marcy gonzalez joins us live with more on today services. good morning, marcy. >> reporter: good morning, nydia and gray, from the moments of silence to the reading of the names, this is an annual tradition so many families gathered today, today has not
gotten any easier. ♪ today from the raw emotional images seared into the collective memory to the faces and stories of the two thousand 996 lives lost. this morning a somber reflex on all the heartbreaking horror of 15 years ago today. the impact of the september 11 terror attack piercing through the haunt recollections. >> as we called in deeper squeezing through tiny openings and smoke filled environment we came to the understanding we were together go die in the pile. >> reporter: the lingering effects, 127 new york city firefighters who stayed at ground zero in the days and weeks that followed the attacks searching heroically through the smoldering toxic debris have died of respiratory or other
aliments, gagging chronic the chronic became acute. from here below the resill yanlt reflex of the -- resilient reflection of the new trade center, the vow made 15 years ago, never forget. as the families gather together to pay tribute. the nypd say their officers are on high alert, not fbi say there are no credible threats nydia. >> communities in our area are taking time to remember all the
lives lost. communities spent the night planting flags for all the victims of the terror attackn berlin, new jersey. another remembrance will happen at the garden of reflection in lower makefield. 18 people died in the attack, among them the pilot flight 1735 that crashed into the world trade center south to your. 9:03 as you plan the day, we turn to the forecast, sky6 live hd is taking you live right here with a glimpse of the center city skyline, a big change in conditions as we finally enjoy a break from all that heat. let's get you right to meteorologist chris sowers at the "action news" big board. chris, relief. yea! >> reporter: we have good news, a cold front is sweeping through now, if you follow the arrows
it's sitting somewhere like this. it's starting to push into the heart of south jersey, it's crossing over the delaware river. cooler conditions to the northwest and drier conditions, we're seeing dewpoints in the 60s, reading the number atlantic city fallen, the air temperature is down to 75. allentown, 76. 62 for the poconos. you'll struggle to climb into the 70s today and millville and atlantic city showing 80 degrees. satellite and radar, unfortunately the front is coming through dry, we do need rain. we have not seen much of it over the last month and a half, as you can see the moisture is well to the north, the frontal system pushing through in the next couple of hours. improving conditions, it will feel better this afternoon than yesterday with the heat index up over 103. today won't be like that. 87 degrees, breezy, clouds giving way to sun and turning less humid as the day marches
along. monday is picture perfect. i don't give away perfect tens very often. today will be a day where i call it a perfect ten. it gets cooler by the end of the week. i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast coming up in ten minutes. >> thank four the update. 9:05. vice president joe biden will be at the eagles game where he will lead a special tribute to first responders at lincoln financial field marking the anniversary of the attacks at a special pregame event at the opening of the birds game. he will stand beside 120 first responders. this is the first time he will not participate in a ceremony in new york, washington, d.c. or shenksville. birds are working under doug peterson, and of course, carson wentz will be the center of the attention as the eagles tackle the cleveland browns in
their season and home opener att the linc. game time, 1:00 p.m., we'll have an expanded "action news" sports sunday at 1135 with complete game analysis. tonight is the night for crowning of miss america 2017. 52 young women from across the country will vie for the title in the finale that's televised tonight on 6abc. the winner takes home a 50,000-dollar scholarship. chris harrison atlantic city is the perfect venue for this american classic. >> reporter: it's the home of miss america, it's where it began, it's the great veteran sue, the parade the day before, it's the iconic buildings where it all started. the pageant began in atlantic city in 1921 as the way to extend the summer tourist season past labor day.
before the american contestants hit the stage they showed off their creativity with the show us your shoes parade on the atlantic city boardwalk. the long-running tradition takes the contestants along the two mile route. this time marked the first time in more than two years it was not soaked by rain. you can see all the pageantry of miss america live from atlantic city with host chris harrison on 6abc all the fun begins at 9:00 p.m. followed by "action news" at 11:00 p.m. good luck to our local contestants. a little game time before procedure may help little ones. we have the results of a study playing games may help relief
lost and salute all those who keep us safe. >> heartbroken families reading the names of the 3,000 individuals who lost their lives 15 years ago on this 9/11. this is a live look in matt at that -- manhattan in new york. services are being held in new york and pentagon and shenksville, pennsylvania. it was and emotional weekend for a mercer county school that paid tribute to a former superintendent. the plaque was unveiled at the football field robinsville high school was dedicated to stephen j.mayer, he was running with his dog back in april when he was struck and killed by a student who was talking on her cell phone at the time. >> there are over 1,000 people here today because of one man's
love. his fierce love for his family and love for his friends and faith. his advocacy and love for the students around his care. >> the initial sjm will be embedded on the new field and turf, the plaque make someone's day today will be placed at the school's entrance. police are looking for a gunman who opened at a gas stationy -- gas station mini mart in trenton, gunfire rang out at 3:30 a.m. when they arrive officers found a person dead in front of the gas station, a second person found nearby. police are trying to determine what led to the shooting. a dump truck ended up on its side after the struck an overpass on i-95 in delaware. authorities say the driver was traveling in the southbound lanes around 11:00 p.m. he has been identified as
46-year-old driver who had not put the dump bed back down, it hit the overpass. the inter tail light has -- interstate was reopened, bartardo was wearing a seat belt at the time of the accident, but she was cited for reckless driving. kids watching the football game between delaware military academy and delaware charter were overcome with heat. >> it's oppressive heat to go back to school in. >> reporter: it's been miserable heat for this summer. we've had 45 days where the
temperatures hit 90 degrees or higher. 13 days we hit 95 or higher. we had 6 days above 110. hopefully we don't have a summer like this in quite sometime here. let's flip it over to double scan, we're dry and clear, we need rain, we're at a 3-inch deficit in philadelphia. 83 degrees, dewpoint, 67 starting to come down. winds are shifting a drier wind out of the northwest at 16 miles per hour, ocean temperature, 75. cooler numbers off to the northwest. warm and sticky to the southeast. the front is pushing through interior sections of south jersey. you can see that with the dewpoints, here's all the sticky air, 75 in millville. that's in the terrible range. in the 50s and 60s up in the
northwest that's not only the scale. that's the drier air that will push off to the southeast as the day continues. later this afternoon, look at this, as we get into 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m., the numbers are not on the scale. they are so slow, that's good stuff it will feel very, very good later this evening. you can turn off the air-conditioning and open up the windows and enjoy the cooler canadian air. storm tracker 6 live nothing going on, we'll have increasing clouds and then sunshine. future tracker 6 by 1:30 p.m., whatever cloud cover you see in the morning hours that will clear the coast at that point. heading to lincoln financial field, mostly sunny skies, lowering humidity levels, a nice breeze picking up out of the northwest at 15 to 20 miles per hour. monday this is my perfect ten in the seven-day forecast. you'll not get too many days
better than that. you're starting out with a lot of the sunshine, you're finishing with sunshine. temperatures will struggle to climb into the low 80s. nice refreshing breeze out of the northwest. no humidity at all, feeling really, really good tomorrow. 87 degrees, less humid, clouds and sun, reading, 85. allentown, 84. trenton, 86. millville, same number, shorepoints, lots of clouds in the morning hours, increasing sunshine after 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. cape may, 83. overnight tonight, allentown, 50. i've seen photograph models as low as 48 -- forecast models as low as 48. millville, hammonton, 58. trenton, 58. dover, 63. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, one more hot day to go and that's wednesday, outside of that, most of the seven day looks good. 87 today, 82 sunny and pleasant tomorrow. really nice day. tuesday, sunny conditions, still no humidity out there, 84.
wednesday we're what's called prefrontal, the winds will shift out of the southwest as another cold front approaches. that will get us up to 92. moderate humidity levels feels like 93, 94. cold front shifts out of the northwest. now the highs don't get out of the 70s and there's no humidity again. we're seeing better changes. one more 90. >> the woman in the famed time square photograph kissing a sailor at the end of world war ii has died. this picture of gretta zimmer friedman with george mendonsa captured by appear life photograph in 1945. he was on a date with another woman when he saw gretta zimmer friedman and grabbed her and got the iconic kiss. the other back home he was on the date with, later became his
via satellite at the pentagon, this is the memorial service for those killed in washington, d.c. in the attacks on september 11. you can see president obama's car right there as he is arriving for this somber day. today, of course marks the 15th anniversary of 9/11. services are being held in new york and shenksville, pennsylvania. a memorial mass was held in
manhattan to honor the firefighters who died in september 11. cardinal doland over the service. new york mayor said every new yorker suffered, but none more than the nypd. firefighters carried american flags representing each member of the department that died that day. place on a ipad may take anxiety out of the surgery for your children. in a study of children between the ages of 4 and 10. they had kids take a sedative or play with a tablet and they found the ipad worked as swell as reducing stress. researchers found the devices helped to relax the parents, as well.
there's a fewer option for kids who are afraid of needles. academy of the cdc is agreeing not to use the popular flu mist. there's one option left, a flu shot. the american academy of peed at at -- pediatrics recommends everyone be vaccinated by october. doctors are waisting millions of doors on low value services that may not be necessary, $33 million or spent on medical tests or procedures that have little value to patient. most of the patients have more expensive insurance plans, you can can find a copy of the study in the journal of internal medicine. ♪
everyone, 9:24 sunday morning, i was at the maple shade sidewalk sale and festival yesterday talking to people and a lot of questions asked why is it so humid and uncomfortable, things like that. in short, what's going on, the gulf coast air has been forced north. the bermuda high off the coast. the winds around the high blow in a clockwise fashion. you have a body of water to the east and the gulf of mexico to the south. this is all humid air that's been forced to the north. we've seen this day in and day out from july 1 on, august was uncomfortable, september, has been uncomfortable, as well. the good news is the parent -- parent is starting to -- pattern is starting to breakdown. the dewpoint is in the 60s and 70 along the coastal plains, look at the 40s and 50s coming in this afternoon, that will
allow you to open the windows and turn off the air-conditioning. 84 at the jersey shore, 87 in the city of philadelphia. poconos sun and clouds, 74. >> thank for the update. if you have a new baby at home you want to create a soothing environment when you take the child tore a ride in the car. alicia vitarelli takes a look at what you need and how to choose what's safe for your baby. >> reporter: it seems we need so many things in the car to keep baby protected. >> look for items that are crash tested. you want something that's shatter resistant or something that's not seen a projectile. >> reporter: not just crash tested. newer car seats are roll-over tested. >> it's an important feature for parents to keep an eye out for. >> reporter: before you get the products out of the box, register, fill out the products card online or mail it in.
if something gets recalled, the manufacturer will contact you, that way you can make sure your product is doing its job keeping your child safety. baby safety month is the time to think about it, but all yearlong we want parents to feel confident and educated in their purchasing decisions. >> reporter: for channel 6 "action news" i'm alicia vitarelli. >> there's much more to come on "action news" morning. >> we're live in washington, d.c. as a memorial service is underway right now, president obama is there as those who died on september 11ing -- 11th are remembered. we'll be right back.
>> it is 9:29 we're taking a live look via satellite in washington, d.c., a memorial service just beginning for the victims of the september 11 attack at the pentagon. the plane struck the pentagon at 9:36 killing 125 people inside. president obama laid a wreath to remember the victims moments ago. he is planning to address those in attendance. >> good morning we'll have live coverage of the remembrances of the september 11 terror attacks, but first we want to turn to accuweather as we finally get a break in the heat. let's go outside to chris sowers with this welcomed relief.
>> reporter: it feels great out here, right now. it's getting better and better by the second. the cold front is pushing through. if you're west of philadelphia, you can feel the show. south and east you're in the muggies. 75 in pottstown, 77 in saint davids. 80 in chester, 82 in chester. levittown, 81. 82 glassboro, 79 in gandys beach. 80 in hammonton, 80 in dover. 78 degrees in sea isle city. there's the front right there, crossing through, look at the way the numbers drop off to the west. pits 62 degrees, buffalo, 63. binghamton, 62. and new york city on the other side of the front, about 79 degrees this morning. so cold front bringing refreshing changes to the region here, much-welcomed changes. satellite and radar, the front is dry, we'll see clouds eventually giving way to
sunshine later this afternoon. it's football sunday, the home opener, eagles taking on the cleveland browns, 1:00 p.m., kickoff, 83 degrees, that's the 1:00 p.m. temperatures. 4th quarter, temperatures are hovering between 85 and 87. the big difference today will be the lack of humidity later this afternoon. it will feel refreshing this afternoon. it will be cooler monday and beyond. people are excited out here this morning, they're finally able to roll the windows down and less the fresh air in. i'll have details in the seven-day forecast, cooler changes to come late week when i see you in ten minutes. >> today marks 15 years since the worst terror attack in the nation's history. >> a moment of silence was held at 8:46 a.m. when the plane hit the trade center north as to to. this is a live picture in
new york city as a moment. silence is observed the moment the second plane struck the south tower. back here at home in pennsauken new jersey, people showed up to put flags in the town's 9/11 memorial. they placed flags for the nearly 3,000 victims of the attack. last night lower makefield garden of reflection was filled with candle lights for the vigil of the 19 bucks county residents who lost their lives. a memorial service will be held at 7:00 p.m. a northern philadelphia street resembled a demolition derby after a driver smashed into parked cars. police say a woman lost control of her car about 1:30 a.m. and hit five parked cars. so far no word on any charges. this morning police in new castle delaware, are searching for a gunman after a teen was
shot several times while riding his bike. the 16-year-old was route 273 near the georgetown village apartment when he was shot three times in the leg. the teen rode to his home nearby and called police, he was taken to the hospital in stable condition. 9:33, a north jersey woman has been missing for ten days has been found alive. tammy kim went missing after her father dropped her off starbucks september 1. her personality was off possibly a side effect of medication. yesterday a hunter found her in a wooded area about 3 miles from the coffee shop. she is recovering at a hospital. airstrikes have killed 58 people in syria, one day ahead of the cease-fire brokered by the u.s. and russia. the government said president
assad will support the cease-fire that will let humanitarian aid into cities like aleppo. assad said it will respect the cease-fire, but it will not stop it from attacking isis. japan and china are looking for sanctions to impose on north korea it conducted a higher level nuclear test on friday, the 5th test and the second in 8 months. changes in store for hunters in pennsylvania this evening. the state game commission canceled driving tours because of financial constraints and drones are banned because of other wildlife. there are calendar changes, so all you hunters have to check
the dates. it's a once in a lifetime experience for children from hunting park section. they are bound for the white house. when asked about possibly meeting the commander-in-chief. they said they have a few questions ready that might help launch their own futures. >> can he get me into harvard. >> reporter: can he get you into harvard. do you want him to make a phone call or pay for it. >> i want him to pay for it and make a phone call. >> reporter: former resident of the public housing community and recently spoke to the kids about you how they can achieve greatness after growing up in public house. this week there was a welcome home party to celebrate a local olympic champ. german street was shut down for
nia ali, she won the silver medal and the 100-meter hurdles at the olympics in brazil. congratulations to her. >> she is strong and beautiful. an inspiring woman. this is my kind of 5k. we'll show you the race that let's you eat your way through the race at pizza restaurants in littlely. let's take you outside live, sky6 live hd giving you a beautiful glimpse there, meteorologist chris sowers will take about the cool down in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when we come back.
[bell tolling] >> family members of those lost gathered at ground zero for the ceremony there, as it has every year, the remembrance featured the reading of the victims' names. new jersey governor chris christie and donald trump and hillary clinton were there, president obama was at the observe -- observance at the pentagon. this is live look in washington, d.c., this is one of the memorial services taking
place today for the nearly 3,000 lives lost on 9/11. of course, everyone will remember that day and remember where they were when that traumatic day unfolded changing the skyline in new york city forever and changing our country and the world forever. today marking the 15th year anniversary of 9/11, services being held in new york and pentagon and shanksville, pennsylvania. the action cam live in old city where mayor jim kenny and fire commissioner adam tiel are remembering the fire and police who lost their lives on 9/11. participants will march to betsy ross house 9:59 when the first world trade center chanced. an earthquake shook the region of east africa killing 11
people in tans -- tanzania. this quake was felt as far away as western kenya and parts of uganda. tremors were felt elsewhere. tornados leveled farms and damaged buildings in small towns. ef2 tornado reached a peak wind speed of 125 miles per hour. >> 9:41. wild weather there, it's hot here, but it's going to get cooler. >> reporter: i felt the change. it feels better than early this morning. it's the same funnel system that's sweeping through that spawned the tornados across the midwest. it will be cooling us down across the east coast. we'll have refreshing changes heading this way.
beautiful shot in atlantic city. the sun shining down nicely. it's going to be a nice day. double scan live showing we have ground clutter, those are the green specks you saw there. unfortunately we're dry, balls we need rain. -- because we need rain. in the last three week we picked up very little rain. usually we get thunderstorms and we pick up an inch of rain and we're not seeing that. the last time we saw a storm that gave us an inch of rain or more was july 25th. philadelphia in a 3 1/2 inch deficit. we need wet weather around here, there's a chance we get rain wednesday. if we manage to stay dry, the whole week will be dry. 82 degrees, the normal 80. reading, 75. comfortable out here, 75 in
lancaster, 62 in the mountains, boy does that look good. 80 in millville en80 in atlantic city. cape may, 78. part of the region the fronts are crossing through dry, because the southeast ridge, or bermuda high is sitting off the coast. it's a huge dome of hot, dry air. anytime anything approaches it evaporates all the moisture. until that high which is sitting right here, until it breaks down these fronts will cross the region dry. the front coming through wednesday, again, we're forecasting thunderstorms possibly during the afternoon, it wouldn't prize me if that front comes through dry, as well. in october, there are signs the high will work off the coast that will allow things to moisten up a little bit better. as of now, the pattern is dry. 46 in bismarck, it was snowing across the front range, northern colorado rockies, caspar,
wyoming, picking up the white stuff. chicago, 58 degrees. saying goodbye to the 90s, feels-like temperatures in the triple digits we won't see anything like that in the foreseeable future. overnight tonight, look at this, 48 in allentown, 50 in the poconos, 50 in reading and lancaster. philadelphia dropping down to 62. tomorrow the model has us struggling to get out of the 70s. accuweather will go 81, 82. tomorrow night, same thing, upper 40s, low 50s for the lehigh valley. 58 degrees for philadelphia. for today, a comfortable 87 degrees. i know it's sticky in south jersey right now, cooler drier air is working its way in, clouds to sun, less humid, winds out of the north, northwest a breezy day, ten to 20 miles per hour. 84 by 1:00 p.m., 83 -- actually, 86 by 3:00 p.m., 85 by 5:00 p.m.
jersey shore, looks good, lots of clouds, 84 degrees, sunshine returning after lunchtime, ocean temperature, 75. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 82 degrees, sunny and pleasant tomorrow, not a cloud in the sky tomorrow, tomorrow is a gem. sunny tuesday, 84. wednesday is a hot one, 92. thursday another front cools us down. 79 degrees, friday and saturday, 82, 85. one more hot one to go, the rest of the numbers look good. >> 9:45, let's take you live to washington, d.c. at the pentagon, president obama is speaking at one of the memorial ceremonies there as we reflect on 9/11, 15 years ago. i would like to reminds you can see the entire speech streaming live at 6abc.com. we're back after the break. we strengthened our homelands
security we prevented attacks and saved lives. we resolve to continue to do everything in our power to protect the country we love. today we once again pay tribute to these patriots, both military and civilian who served in our name including those far away from home in afghanistan, and iraq. perhaps most of all we stay true to the spirit of this day by defending not only our country, but also our ideals, 15 years into this fight, the threat has evolved. with our stronger defenses, terrorists often attempt attack on a smaller, but still deadly scale. hateful ideology urge people in their country to commit unspeakable violence. we lost innocence from boston to
is san bernadino to orlando. groups like al qaeda and isil will never defeat a nation as great and as strong as america, instead they try to terrorize in the hopes that they can stoke enough fear we turn on each other, that we change who we are enough fear we turn on each other, that we change who we are or how we live. blinds to go. blinds for life.s expecting the perfect toy at an amazing price? of course not. he's a dog. but that's the beauty of a store full of surprises. you never know what you're gonna find, but you know you're gonna love it.
>> his father in his last moment on the phone from the towers, told her i will always be watching over you. the resolve of the navy seals who make sure justice was finally done who served as we must live as a nation, getting each other's back, looking out for each other, united, one mission, one team. the ultimate sacrifice of men and women who rest not far from here in gentle green hills in perfect formation, americans who gave their lives in far away places so we can be here today, strong, and free and proud. it's all of us. every american who gets up each day and lives our lives and carries on. because as americans, we do not give into fear. we will preserve our freedom.
>> you have been listening to president obama speaking live at the pentagon on washington, d.c. on this the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attack. he said that americans gave their lives so we can be strong, free and proud. he he also said we will remember and never forget. >> you can continue to listen to the president's remarks on our website, 6abc.com. we're back in just a bit.
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eagles take to the field for their home opener at at the lin. >> the game happening with a new head coach and quarterback. >> reporter: it's carson wentz this and that, the rookie quarterback is not the only one making his debut at the linc. don't forget about coach doug peterson, whole try to become the second eagles coach in 21 years to win the debut. he will unveil his play book and franchise quarterback. he will be the first rookie quarterback in modern day history to start week one. they can't wait for kickoff. >> i'm excited i'm trying to control a little bit and focus in all week. i'll be excited like i said, once that kickoff happens, it's just football again, at the end of the day, i'll look back how special a moment that was for
me. >> i can talk to him, frank can talk to him, it's just illuminator, my butterflies will be going, too, he is such a mature guy, i don't anticipate anything being too big for him. >> >> reporter: let's hope not. the "action news" sports team will be live tweeting insight, you won't get anywheres. follow ducis, jamie myself and twitter for the latest on the eagles. the phillies will try to not to lose 3 of 4. jared ikoff looking sharp, he strikes out bryce harper three times in the third and the 6th. he goes 6, doesn't allow a single run. but 8th inning, out goes harper. 3-run shot, phils lose 3-on them
they are sent out for the 5th time in the last three weeks. we kick it to soccer, unin hosting montreal who beat them back in july. union up 1, montreal scores, the match finished in a 1-1 draw. dr. jay at alan iverson suspects side at the hall of fame. everyone on hand talking about iverson's heartwarming speech. >> you have to dig deep to recall and share that moment, the way that he shared it, anne he did an excellent job, he is a special guy, else in a special place in his life and i think only good things will come out of it. >> that's sport i'm jeff skeverski, have a great day. >> we are at the "action news" big board with technically
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twin towers in new york ascertain hit the pentagon in washington and brought down a plane in the field of shanksville, somerset county. today we pause to remember those lives lost. >> so glad you stayed with us, sunday, september 11. happening now across the nation, somber remembrances are underway for 3,000 men, women and children who died on this day 15 years ago. >> want to take you live to ground zero in manhattan where service got underway at 8:46 this morning. that is the moment of silence when the first plane struck the world trade center. the names of each victim is being read allowed. marcy gonzalez gains us with more on -- joins us with more on the service. >> reporter: from the moment of silence to the reading of the
name, this is an annual tradition so many families who gather today say it has not gotten easier. today the raw emotional image also seared into the collective memory to the faces and stories of the 2996 lives lost. this morning, a somber reflex on all of the heartbreak and horror of 15 years ago today. the impact of the september 11 terror attacks still piercing through the haunting recollection. >> as we crawled in deeper squeezing through tiny openings be we came to the understanding we were going to die in the pile. >> >> reporter: the lingering effects, 127 new york city firefighters who stayed at ground zero for the days and weeks that follow followed the attack, in the smoldering toxic
debris have died. >> chronic became acute and the number of those lost began to grow. >> reporter: 17 knew names were added to the -- 17 new names were added to the memorandum arm wall this year. ear -- other names read allowed below the brilliant reflex of the new one world trade center from the pentagon to shanksville pennsylvania, families and our country honoring the vaw -- vow made 15 years ago, never forget. >> reporter: as the families gather paying tribute, nypd say their sprs are on high -- their officers are on high alert, though there is no credible
threat. marcy gonzalez new york city, nydia and gray. >> the we go live to washington, d.c., where the memorial serve haves has just end -- service has just ended. president obama laid a wreath to remember those victims moments ago, he addressed those in attendance now he is walking through the crowd greeting the folks there. today communities remember the lives lost, people of all ages planted flags for each victim of the attacks at the 9/11 memorial in pennsauken, camden county. 600 victims were from new jersey. a memorial will be held in pennsauken at 1:15. a candle light ceremony was held at the garden of reflection in lower makefield bucks county,
the honors all the victims of the september 11. 18 people from bucks county died among them was victory gaencini the pilot of the flight 175 that crashed into the world trade center south tower. >> we want to switch gears and turn to weather. what a relief from yesterday. >> indeed, sky6 live hd looking at the center city skyline, big changes in the conditions as we finally enjoy a break from the oppressive heat. let's get you to meteorologist chris sowers at the "action news" big board with all the cool details. >> reporter: yes, you have that word cool in there. speaking of switching gears, mother nature is switching gears, we'll get rid of the heat and humidity and see cooler changes. reading, 78. allentown, 75. the frontal system is sitting just like this, if you're anywhere south and east of the line, williams down in gloucester county, from there
south and east, it's muggy and oppressive. north and west we're seeing the drier changes. feels like 90 in millville. 84 in philadelphia. that's pretty much the air temperature. trenton, 86. this is very comfortable off to the northwest we've been waiting to see 50s for 3 or 4 days, maybe longer. this is good tough. philadelphia, 63. the muggies hanging tough for south jersey and the jersey shore him we'll see humid conditions over the next several hours south and east, the drier air will eventually win the battle, everybody will benefit this afternoon. turning breezy and less humid, clouds and sun, it's a nice day, 87 degrees is the forecasted high. we've got another front we're tracking later this week, we may flip these numbers around that's the high by thursday and friday. i'll have the details in the
seven-day forecast in just a bit. 10:05. today marks the season and home opener for the philadelphia eagles. before the birds take to the gridiron a special tribute will be paid to the victims. september 11. trish hartman is live at lincoln financial field, trish it will be an emotional start to the season opener. absolutely, vice president joe biden is expected to participate in the ceremony, he is expected to hold the american flag with 121 responders as the national anthem is sung before kickoff. we're in the parking lot outside the wells fargo center near the link. there are a lot of people, early birds who are very excited about the season opener against the browns. i've made friends over here. we have paul coming over here at the grill. first of all what are you cooking up for us.
>> i've got pork loin and sausage, we had our bacon and zesty sausage. >> reporter: there's a buzz about rookie quarterback carson wentz what do you think. >> we gave up a lot to get him, he is a big strong kid we're looking for him. >> reporter: do you think it will be the year. >> next year could be the year, we have a line to getting together. >> reporter: give me a quick eagles chant, e-a-g-l-e-s! a pumped crowd here outside link financial field they are ready for the kickoff at 1:00 p.m., the season opener, against the browns. we saw browns going by a few times, we heard emphatic boos from the crowd, but they are ready for the 1:00 p.m. kickoff. reporting live in south
philadelphia, trish hartman channel 6 "action news." nydia. >> now the tiaras are polished and the gowns are ready miss america 2017. the winner takes home a 50,000-dollar scholarship and year packed with appearances across the country. host chris harrison said atlantic city is the perfect venue for the american classic. >> reporter: it's the home, it's where it began, it where it should be. it's the great venue, the parade, the day before, it's just that iconic buildings, it's where it all started. >> the pageant began in ac in 1921 as a way to extend the summer tourist season past labor day. before the miss america contestants hit the stage, they showed off their true creativity
with their annual show us your shoe parade on the atlantic city boardwalk. there they are, the two mile route takes the contestants along the boardwalk to boardwalk hall. this year marks the first time in more than two years it was not soaked by rain. you can see all the pageantry of miss america live from atlantic city with host chris harrison and sage still. it airs on 6abc at 9:00 p.m. followed by "action news" at 11:00 p.m. >> 10:09. a maryland amusement park had to close this weekend details on what sparked the evacuation and if it will be open for business today. >> later this week heartfelt tribute to a cheerleader that brought social media to tears. looking live outside sky6 live hd, giving you a glimpse over penns landing. meteorologist chris sowers says you can expect a cool down. he'll explain the exclusive
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marks the 15th abdomin -- anniversary here and at the pentagon and shanksville, pennsylvania. police are investigating the shooting and killing of two people at a gas station in trenton. gunfire rang out before 3:30 a.m. when they arrived officers found a person dead in front of the gas station, a second person was found nearby also dead. police are trying to determine what led to the shooting. a dump truck ended up on its side after it struck an overpass of i-95 in delaware. the interstate has been reopened. the driver was 46-year-old teresa batrado. she was wearing a seat belt and not injured, cited or intentive
driving. let's get you caught up on the forecast. someone is knocking at the door. >> reporter: that's mother nature's cool down. >> thank you, criminals. >> reporter: all thank you, chr. >> reporter: we're live on sky6 live hd, philadelphia international airport. conditions are final cooling down. the humidity is dropping off. it should be a fantastic finish to the weekend, clouds giving way to sunshine. double scan live is clear, we'll keep it that way throughout the afternoon. next chance of rain is wednesday that will come in the form of scattered showers. although most of us stay dry with the approaching front. 83 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint, 63. we started out at 74. at 6:00 a.m., it was 74. that's a nice dropoff, the cold front is in the process of pushing through. winds shifted out of the south this morning now they are in a northwest, northwesterly direction 18 miles per hour gusting to 25 that's pulling all the dry air in. 73 in pottstown, you've gone
down in the last several hours. slatington, 74. quakertown, 73. warrington, 79. low to mid 80s across south jersey. 82 in cinnaminson, 81 for gandys beach and vineland. dewpoints this is the big to her this week where it was so oppressively humid over the last few days, 60 slightly humid, 65 is humid, 75 terrible. 60 tomorrow that's a breath of fresh air. 63 slightly humid and thursday and friday that's another canadian front, 43 that's what the dewpoint drops down to, that will feel good. there's the front crossing the delaware valley as i speak, cloud cover associated with it, that's about it. for the most part it's dry, shows across new england this afternoon, everybody else across
the lower 48 looks crystal clear, no rain out there nothing to mess up the football games this afternoon. the weather looks quiet across the country. 62 in omaha, 63 in chicago, 67 in saint louis. it's that air mass that's sliding east over the next time a couple of days. clouds and sunshine by this afternoon, 1:00 p.m., full sun west of philadelphia. maybe a few lingering clouds for the jersey shore, those will be departing, as well. overnight tonight, we clear out, first thing tomorrow morning, bright blue skies and refreshing breeze. it will be nice in the afternoon, you'll love this. hardly a cloud in the sky a perfect tendon my classification, a great day. tuesday is equally as nice, a little bit warmer. wilmington, 86. trenton, 86. millville, 86. atlantic city animal cape may,
82 to 84. open the windows, allentown, 51. some of the forecast models have you as low as the upper 40s in the lehigh valley. reading, 52. trenton, 58. wilmington, 59. no humidity at all overnight tonight. it will feel like a breath of fresh air. jersey shore, oaks temperature, 75. -- oaks -- ocean temperature, 75. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, warm and humid to start today. lowering humidity levels, 82 tomorrow. 84 tuesday, 92 wednesday, the humidity is not that bad, wednesday's 92 will not feel to awful. thursday and friday look good, 79, 82, 85 degrees. that's the winning streak. >> looks good. 6 flags america in maryland back open today after a phoned in threat closed the park
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>> 10:25 we want to take you back live to manhattan in new york. the memorial service for the nearly 3,000 people killed in the attacks of september 11. today marks the 15th anniversary of the horrible attacks. services held in new york and pentagon abbey shanksville pennsylvania. a special inside story is coming up. here's tamala edwards. >> reporter: a special edition of inside story focuses on the conference for women. you can find out more information and get tickets at 6abc.com. it's going to be a blockbuster event, great speakers. our guest panel digs into the
issues facing women and men. it's a great time, see you later. >> time for check of accuweather, a nice tailgating weather. >> reporter: noits -- it's not really fall like, 87. if you're heading to lincoln financial field, sun sunny and warm, kickoff 83 and 4th quarter, 85. monday, 82, tuesday, 84. wednesday, 92. high in allentown, thursday afternoon, 74, 75. >> i'm off tomorrow, it works out. >> reporter: there you go. >> a special 9/11 anniversary edition of this week with george stephanopoulos is coming up.
>> reporter: good morning, on the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attack, we look at whether we're safer today we have jeh johnson and mayor giuliani. hillary clinton has a five point lead over donald trump slightly down from her 8 point lead in august. donald trump is leaping ahead in enthusiasm. we'll talk about that on the round table. we'll hear from general johnle allen. coming up on this week. >> "action news" is coming back at noon, we'll take you around the area to show you how folk are remembering the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. philadelphia orchestra could hit a sour note labor wise, the musicians contract is about to run out. for gray hall, chris sowers, and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han. we'll see you back here at noon. third president?
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